Tomintoul 10 Years

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1749
Tomintoul
Scotland, Speyside
Single Malt Whisky
10 Years
40%
0.7 l
Original bottling
Chill filtration - With Artifical colouring - With
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Nosing
Fruit:
Nuts:
Apple:
Malt:
Oil:
Heather:
Oak:
Spices:
Herbs:
Floral:
Green Apple:
Peat Smoke:
Sweet:
Vanilla:
Tasting
Malt:
Nuts:
Sweet:
Spices:
Fruit:
Oak:
Oil:
Banana:
Caramel:
Clove:
Floral:
Grape:
Honey:
Raisin:
Sherry:
Vanilla:
Herbs:
Finish
Malt:
Oak:
Spices:
Chocolate:
Nuts:
Oil:
Sweet:

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26. May 2017
As workhorse of the blend industry, Tomintoul is one of the lesser-known Speyside distilleries. The nose of this 10-year-old expression is simple, muted and primarily fruity. Grapes, banana and hints of refined sugar intermingle with distant floral notes. Tasting thin, fragile and almost watery, this dram behaves like a Blended Scotch. Mildly bitter spices, fudge and grainy citrus give way to a modest, nutty and refill cask-dominated finish that is still the best part of the experience. Not quite sure what to make of it. Was this whisky meant to become a Single Malt?
RATING: 2.7/5.0 ≙ 76 pts

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